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NANCY M. IDE (914) 437 5988
          Association for Computers and the Humanities
        Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing

                    1991 JOINT CONFERENCE

                      18-21 March 1991
                  Arizona State University
                    Tempe, Arizona, USA


TOPICS: Papers are invited on research in the areas of literary and linguistic
computing, including, but not limited to, computational lexicography, corpora,
text encoding, text representation (e.g., hypertext), statistical models and
methods of text analysis, and syntactic, semantic, and content analysis; also
computer applications in philosophy, music, history, art, etc.

REQUIREMENTS: Papers should describe substantial and original work, especially
new methodologies and applications. They should empahsize completed rather
than intended work.

FORMAT: Abstracts should be 1500-2000 words in length. Send by OCTOBER 15, 1990
to:

     Daniel Brink
     Department of English
     Arizona State University
     Tempe, AZ 85287-0302
     (602) 965-2679
     [hidden email]


CONFERENCE INFORMATION: Tempe is immediate adjacent to Phoenix, AZ, and less
than one hour by air from Los Angeles.  The weather in March is dry, with the
temperature in the mid-70s to mid-80s (25-30 C), making swimming, tennis, and
golf popular extracurricular activities. Tempe is close to a number of Native
American towns (and archeological sites), as well as early mining camp ghost
towns, and not too distant from a number of famous attractions, including Grand
Canyon.


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

Donald Ross, University of Minnesota, chair
Daniel Brink, Arizona State University, local host
Tom Corns, University of Wales
Paul Fortier, University of Manitoba
Jacqueline Hamesse, Universite Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve
Susan Hockey, Oxford University Computing Service
Nancy Ide, Vassar College
Randall Jones, Brigham Young University
Antonio Zampolli, University of Pisa